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Unread 12-28-2018, 04:53 AM   #11
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Serial A0046... Isn't that a standard ds 2000?
"A" was just a standard lettering for Electric. There were 36, 48, Powerdrive, Regen's,. etc with that designation. I was thinking '02.5 when the seats changed, but maybe it was '00.5, my memory ank can only hold so much....

You will know if it is a Lynx if it has the factory "Z" lift bar on the front frame....

Lockman1 has a factory Lynx (gas) and someone else, maybe Winston or Hit It, just got an electric one the last few weeks.
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Unread 12-28-2018, 07:15 AM   #12
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Default Re: first cart - 2000 CC DS 48v

Yes, '00.5 is when the roof style changed.

And like 'Nole stated, the Lynx came with the same style brush guard you have, series drive, factory 4" Z-Lift and some even had a limited slip differential. But you'll have to turn the wheels yourself to figure that part out.
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Unread 12-28-2018, 06:33 PM   #13
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Default Re: first cart - 2000 CC DS 48v

Thanks for the help everyone. I found a decoder for the serial numbers and lots of the prefix letters designate different model lynx carts... There are like 11 of them. Is it possible this cart is a lynx cart with serial number starting with just "A"?
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Unread 12-28-2018, 06:34 PM   #14
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https://golf-car-ranch.myshopify.com...number-look-up
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Unread 12-28-2018, 09:21 PM   #15
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Default Re: first cart - 2000 CC DS 48v

Interesting. We have an 08 gas that looks just like that with the z-frame lift, front brush guard, and rear seat kit. Always figured it was just aftermarket add ons. I’ll have to check the model number on it when I get a chance next week and see if it has one of the Lynx prefixes.
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Unread 01-01-2019, 10:12 PM   #16
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Default Re: first cart - 2000 CC DS 48v

So I have not been home since I posted this, but I had someone shoot me a photo of the carts underside and it does have the z lift.

Question, the driver side tie rod and tie rod end are missing. I noticed a little bit of play in the steering wheel, and the wheel is cocked going straight. Are those the only things you would expect to feel with the entire driver side tie rod missing?

I want to order the parts to arrive when I get back home. Would you order a whole new steering box? Do the tie rods break frequently without impact on a golf cart?

Also, tires with the 4 inch z lift are 22 inch correct?
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Are you sure the tie-rod end is missing or are you just looking at the boot on the slider side and thinking something is missing?? (That is how your picture looks)

If the tie rod end is missing, the cart will not steer as one tire has no control mechanism attached to the steering system.

The steering is adjustable by removing it or adjusting it below....
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Unread 01-01-2019, 10:44 PM   #18
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I must be confused. I was looking at the boot and nothing coming out of it.
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I must be confused. I was looking at the boot and nothing coming out of it.
In the picture your tie rod end looks the be just below to the right of the boot you're talking about, with a grease zerk sticking out the top of it.
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There's no tie rod mounted to the steering rack on the drivers side. The tie rod is a drag link at the rear of the steering arms runs all the way across to the passenger side. Similar to how a full size truck steering setup would be.
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